‘We’re Being Persecuted’: ASU Students Cry Racism, Sexism After Being Punished For Harassing White Students

‘We’re Being Persecuted’: ASU Students Cry Racism, Sexism After Being Punished For Harassing White Students


Two black female students at Arizona State University filmed themselves verbally berating two white, male students who were studying in the school’s multicultural center and had a “Police Lives Matter” sticker on their computer. The two female students were investigated for their harassment and found responsible for “interfering with or disrupting university or university-sponsored activities.”

They were lightly punished; told to write a three-page paper “on how, next time, when [they] talk with white people about race and society [they] will be civil,” the Daily Caller reported.

This enraged the students, who immediately claimed they were “being persecuted” because they were “defending our multicultural center from racism and sexism.” The two students, undergraduate Mastaani Qureshi and graduate student Sarra Tekola, posted a video on Instagram claiming the

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